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Suburban White Women now Leading Heroin Users

50 years ago researchers avidly stood by the statistic that the average first-time heroin user was a 16-year-old male of color. However today the drug culture has changed a great deal, and that average first-time heroin user is actually much more likely to be a 23-year-old white woman. This may seem strange to some, but . . . . Continue Reading


Baltimore Still Needs Heroin Addiction Treatment Help

Heroin addiction is a problem across the United States but for years, Baltimore City has been called the Heroin Capital of the US. The latest research says that a great deal of progress has been made in the last few years in terms of lowering the number of those living with active heroin addictions, those . . . . Continue Reading


Reconnecting with Children After Heroin Addiction

Your relationship with your children is likely one of the primary reasons that you are considering heroin addiction treatment or opted for heroin rehab. Helping them deal with your behavior while you were using and heal from the inevitable issues they developed as a result should definitely be a priority for you as a mother . . . . Continue Reading


Heroin Rehab: What Women Need to Succeed

Willingness, honesty and open mindedness are the considered the essential tools necessary to succeed in any recovery program by most in the 12 step community. For women entering heroin addiction treatment, this holds true. But what exactly do these three things mean and what does it look like in action when a heroin addict takes . . . . Continue Reading


Woman with Heroin Addiction Sentenced to Prison

In some states, if you were a heroin addict who held up a grocery store with a toy gun like Marisol Rodriguez-Ritter of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, you might end up getting sent to drug rehab by the judge. Not so for Rodriguez-Ritter: she was sentenced to 33 to 83 months in prison. Rodriguez-Ritter claims that she . . . . Continue Reading


Buprenorphine in Heroin Treatment

Can you imagine craving something so strong that you’d skip your job, steal money, leave your kids alone at home, even meet with dangerous people just to get it over and over?  This is what a heroin addict might do to keep up their supply.  Heroin is so dangerous because it can be quickly addictive . . . . Continue Reading


Heroin Addiction Treatment for Women

Heroin is a pretty mean and dirty drug.  It doesn’t let you live the charade of  “I don’t have a problem” for very long.  It sucks you in, beats up your body, and drags you around by the nose within a very short time.  Heroin attacks your body and mind, keeping you hostage until you . . . . Continue Reading


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